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to make sure that ever close the union doesn't apply to the united kingdom. these are the things that we are fighting for. let me put it to him again. we want a renegotiation and then out referendum. what does he want? what doesn't he know? >> ed miliband. >> so, mr. speaker, four hours since the big speech, he can't answer the most basic question of all. whether he is for yes, whether he is for yes or whether he is for no. and why can he answer, mr. speaker? why can't he say unequivocally that he will vote yes in a referendum? because he is frightened because of the people behind him. and the only thing that's changed is a few months ago when he said he was against and in out referendum is not the situation in europe, but a situation in the tory party. why doesn't he admit this? he is being driven to it not by the national interest but being dragged to it by his party. [shouting] >> the most basic question of all is the one of referendum? i do. does he? >> ed miliband. >> no, we don't want and in out referendum. [shouting] >> my position is precisely the same as his position when we vot
union does not apply to the united kingdom. these are the things we are fighting for. but need to the right honorable gentleman again. we want a renegotiation and then a referendum. what does he want? >> 4 hours since the big speech, the prime minister cannot answer the most basic question of all -- whether he is 4 yes or for now. -- fopr no. -- for no. why can he not answer it? why can he not say unequivocally that he will vote yes? because he is frightened of the people behind him. the only thing that has changed is that few months ago, when he said he was against a referendum, is not a situation in europe, but the situation in the tory party. why does he not admit it? he has not been driven to it by the national interest, but dried to it by his party. >> the most basic question of all is do you want a referendum? i do. does he? >> my position is now, we do not want a referendum. my position is precisely the same as the prime minister's position when we voted together in october 2011 against referendum. my position has not changed. it is his position that has changed. and her
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